Virtual reality courses in chennai
Virtual reality is a suspended state of belief wherein, the user feels as though virtual reality is the actual reality. It is the simulated environment that gives this sort of feel. Virtual reality could even make things that do not exist seem like real through its simulation whereas, augmented reality only converts the reality around us into digital data.
Virtual reality is believable, interactive, computer generated, explorable and immersive in nature. It is a two way interaction where, the computer takes external signals from the user and responds accordingly.
Types of virtual reality:
In this, the user feels as if they are completely a part of the alternate reality. The computer responds to all the external movements of the user. It gives out audio visual output based on that.
- Non-immersive :
In this, there is an alternate reality but, the user is conscious that they are in an alternate reality. They do not get into that world completely. For example, while playing simulated games at home, children are aware that they are playing and that it is not a part of reality.
Games like PUBG work on the principle of collaborative Virtual reality where, the computer or any other VR device responds to the external cues given by the user and but, the user doesn’t get completely immersed in it. Instead, they share a virtual reality with other users or computer generated users.
- Web based:
This is where, people have access to reality through live information sharing, publishing and things similar to that. This is the fastest growing branch of virtual reality.
What are the equipments required for virtual reality?
- Head mounted displays (HMDs)
- Immersive rooms
- Data gloves
What are the industries that use virtual reality?
- Food and beverage
What is the duration of the course?
The course is for a period of one year. Classes can either be taken up on weekdays or as weekend sessions depending on the convenience of the students. We offer both part time course or full term course.
Syllabus for the virtual reality course:
- Component 1:
- Historical perspective
- Introduction to computer graphics
- Graphics pipeline
- Java script
- Open GL, web GL, GLSL shader programming
- Stereoscopic perception and rendering
- Inertial measurement units
- Human perception
- Sensor fusion
- VR applications
- The three illusions
- Challenges in VR
- Geometric modeling
- Transforming models
- Eye transforms
- Canonical view transforms
- Viewport transform
- Three interpretations of light
- Simple lenses
- Lens aberrations
- Imaging properties of lenses
- Optical system of eyes.
We offer 100% placements for all those who do virtual reality course at our institute.
The jobs that you can join after completing the course:
- VR game engineer
- Mixed reality artist
- Content lead
- VR sound effects specialist
- Unity developers